CraveOnline snagged a rare video interview with Alejandro Jodorowsky, one of the greatest living filmmakers, whose first movie in 23 years - The Dance of Reality - was one of The Best Movies of 2014. He spoke beautifully about art and cinema, he yelled at us to stop boring him, and in the end he said we're beautiful.
CraveOnline sat down with one of the biggest comedy stars in the world for an exclusive video interview about serious issues, like eating entire cheese wheels and the controversial banishment of Doby the Shark.
CraveOnline's weekly B-Movies Podcast scored oodles of exclusive, in-depth interviews with some of the most interesting filmmakers on the planet over the course 2014. From major movie stars to cult icons to famous character actors to potential Oscar nominees, these interviews were illuminating and funny, and there's more to come in 2015!
The first 12 episode season of CraveOnline's Blue Movies Podcast featured uncensored interviews with some of the most popular porn stars on the planet. The NSFW conversations revealed what really goes on at adult movie productions, offered helpful sex and dating advice and plenty of stories that are bound to make your toes curl.
CraveOnline sat down for an exclusive extended video interview with Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely, the screenwriters of Captain America: The First Avenger and Captain America: The Winter Soldier. They took us behind the scenes of the blockbuster film and helped tease what's to come in the hit Marvel Studios franchise.
Film correspondent Brian Formo made learning fun this year with The Cinematic Constitution of the United States of America, a detailed look at every amendment and all the films that couldn't exist without them. Sure, there are a lot of films about the First Amendment, but what about the Twentieth? Our the Twenty-Seventh? CraveOnline did the research, and you reaped the educational rewards.
CraveOnline once again covered San Diego Comic-Con in full force, releasing one exclusive video after another with filmmakers like Guillermo Del Toro, The Twisted Twins, Joe Lynch and Kevin Smith, and actors Ben Kingsley and Clark Duke, and beloved porn star Tanya Tate.
CraveOnline began releasing fee downloadable commentary tracks in 2014, through our popular B-Movies Podcast. William Bibbiani and Witney Seibold provided informative and funny tracks about popular and cult films alike, featuring guest stars like Don Mancini (the creator of Child's Play) and fellow critic Alonso Duralde.
CraveOnline concluded its epic introduction to the world of motion pictures after 136 installments this year, courtesy of our resident Professor, Witney Seibold. If you have any love for movies but don't know where to begin learning more, Free Film School was the place to go.
CraveOnline celebrated the 20th anniversary of the action classic Speed by taking you on a guided tour of the bus route in Jan de Bont's film. Visit all the locations and see what they looked like then, what they looked like now, and just how accurately the most popular Die Hard clone conveyed the geography of Los Angeles.
Jon Stewart hosts one of the most beloved talk and satirical news shows in the world. So when the time came to interview him about his directorial debut, Rosewater, the pressure was on. Fred Topel nailed it, getting Stewart to admit to his sense of guilt for his unintentional role in getting Iranian journalist Maziar Bahari imprisoned after an appearance on "The Daily Show."
CraveOnline's Film Channel editor William Bibbiani celebrated his birthday with Tilda Swinton, the Oscar-winning actress who co-starred in three of the best movies of 2014: Only Lovers Left Alive, Snowpiercer and The Grand Budapest Hotel. In this exclusive, in-depth video interview, the actress proves just how awesome she is by making fungi puns and planning the perfect dance mix for her latest film.
Too many movies get turned into a popularity contest. If you dare to defend The Phantom Menace, you're a pariah. If you deign to criticize Joss Whedon, you're a monster. With the weekly series Trolling, CraveOnline revealed that there's something to love about every notorious bomb, and that no beloved classic is above at least a certain amount of criticism.